1ST ASSIGNMENT : Chapter 2 discussed additional ways to implement police stations the public will feel is an extension of the community.
Read chapter 2 and answer the question below. Use your book however, DO NOT copy the answer straight from book. This response should be a college level response using proper grammar and punctuation. If you write something verbatim, you need to cite and post the reference in APA format.
This response should be at least 180 words.
Question: Explain the kinds of characteristics of a “second generation” police station house that serve to make it more warm, open, and community-oriented. How can these characteristics change how citizens visit or see police stations. 2ND ASSIGNMENT:
This exercise is designed to help students identify a “problem” using the definition provided in the text. Begin by reading the definition of a problem. You will then identify which can be handled as single incidents and which are problems that should be analyzed further using the S.A.R.A. model. The incidents below should reeviewed. If you identify any as needing to use SARA, and there are some that need SARA, please write and explain the steps you would take to solve this problem based on the SARA model.
4th Cable Truck Hit This Month
Anywhere, USA—An Acme Cable truck was burglarized in the 2700 block of Dolby Street. This is the fourth such burglary in the past three weeks. Specialized radio and communications equipment and communications cable were taken in the theft.
Last week, thefts were reported in the 3400 block of Fleming and 4800 block of Dorchester. Three weeks ago, a similar theft occurred in the 4500 block of Trump Circle. Similar tools and equipment were reported stolen in each incident. Acme reports the total loss to be in excess of $12,000.
Vice Team Makes 20 Arrests
Anywhere, USA–—The vice team conducted a reverse sting operation in the Fourth Street area of town today. Four prostitutes and 16 “johns” were arrested during the three hours of operations. Nine of the arrested johns were from out of town and were attending a tool conference at the Domingo Convention Center.
Fleeing Suspect Killed in Hit and Run
Anywhere, USA—A man fleeing on foot after an armed robbery of a local convenience store was struck by a hit–and-run driver on Duncan Parkway. The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. Witnesses report that at approximately 7:00 PM, the suspect was pursued by the manager of Marty’s Market at 3405 Fifth Avenue for allegedly stealing beer. As the suspect attempted to cross Duncan Parkway, a large semi-truck struck him and left the area without stopping. The hit-and-run vehicle had unknown wording on the side and possibly sustained front damage from the impact.
Hunt for Carjacking Suspect
Anywhere, USA—University police are searching for a man they believe was involved in two carjackings on campus last week, including one that resulted in serious injury to a professor. The suspect is described as a white male, long brown hair, mustache, 5’-9”, approximately 18–20 years old, and carrying a tan knapsack. The first incident took place last Friday at 6:00 PM at the library parking lot; the second occurred early this Saturday morning at approximately 1:00 AM at the University Lounge parking lot. In both instances, the suspect approached the victims from behind, producing a knife. The professor received serious lacerations to his hand during a struggle for the knife.